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Thursday 17 September 2015, 10.00 AM



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PAIR OF IMPORTANT PEDESTALS WITH BOULLE MARQUETRY,

Louis XIV, by A.J. OPPENORDT (Alexandre Jean Oppenordt, 1639–1715), Paris, ca. 1690/1700.
Ebony and red tortoiseshell, exquisitely inlaid in "premiere partie" and "contre–partie"; flowers, leaves, vases, cartouches and decorative frieze. Exceptionally fine, matte and polished gilt bronze mounts and applications in the form of masks, "masque d'indienne", laurel leaves and decorative frieze. 43x34x116.5 cm.
PAIR OF IMPORTANT PEDESTALS WITH BOULLE MARQUETRY,
PAIR OF IMPORTANT PEDESTALS WITH BOULLE MARQUETRY,

Sold for CHF 144 500

IMPORTANT COMMODE "A FLEURS",

so–called "marqueterie au jasmin", Louis XIV, from a Parisian master workshop, ca. 1720/30.
Ebony, rosewood, maple, amaranth, sycamore and cherry, exquisitely inlaid all–around with flowers, birds, grotesques, mascarons, scrolled leaves and cartouches. Top edged in bronze, curved legs. Front "en arbalète" with 3 drawers, the top drawer divided in two. Opulent, matte and polished gilt bronze mounts, sabots and handles. Restorations and some cracks in the veneer. 119x66.5x90 cm.
IMPORTANT COMMODE "A FLEURS",
IMPORTANT COMMODE "A FLEURS",

Sold for CHF 62 900

PAIR OF IMPORTANT CONSOLES WITH BOULLE MARQUETRY,

in the Regence style, signed CAILLAUX (Eugène Paul Caillaux, active in the mid–19th century), Paris, ca. 1850/60.
Brown tortoiseshell, finely inlaid with engraved brass fillets; flowers, leaves, cartouches and decorative frieze. Curved, shaped "Fleur de Pêcher" top on a curved frame, with 4 curved scrolled legs connected by a shelf bearing a vase "aux dragons". Large paw feet. Convex front with 1 drawer. Exquisite matte and polished gilt bronze mounts designed as female busts, mascarons and decorative frieze. 116x58x95 cm.
PAIR OF IMPORTANT CONSOLES WITH BOULLE MARQUETRY,
PAIR OF IMPORTANT CONSOLES WITH BOULLE MARQUETRY,

Sold for CHF 53 300

COUSTOU, N.

(Nicolas Coustou, Lyons 1658–1733 Paris), signed and dated NICOLAS COUSTOU LUGD FECIT 1711, Lyon.
Marbre statuaire. Kneeling boy kissing the hand of a girl leaning against a cliff. On a narrow rectangular base. L 79 cm. H 43.5 cm.
COUSTOU,  N.
COUSTOU, N.

Sold for CHF 51 500

IMPORTANT MIRROR "DIANE CHASSERESSE",

Louis XV, Venice , ca. 1740.
Pierced wood, finely carved with Diana at rest, female figures, cartouches, shells, leaves, and decorative frieze, and gilt. Rectangular frame. Gilding, restored. H 221 cm. W 140 cm.
IMPORTANT MIRROR "DIANE CHASSERESSE",
IMPORTANT MIRROR "DIANE CHASSERESSE",

Sold for CHF 42 500

PAIR OF IMPORTANT CABINETS "A FLEURS",

Regence and later, from a Parisian master workshop.
Sycamore, burlwood and so–called "bois indigènes" as well as bone and engraved mother–of–pearl, exquisitely inlaid with flowers, leaves, cartouches, fillets and decorative frieze. Narrow, rectangular body with protruding top. Front with large double–door. Exceptionally fine, replaced gilt bronze mounts and applications. 177x62x293 cm.
PAIR OF IMPORTANT CABINETS "A FLEURS",
PAIR OF IMPORTANT CABINETS "A FLEURS",

Sold for CHF 41 300

ALTAR FEATURING SAINT ANNE / THE HOLY KINSHIP,

Gothic, Lower Rhine, ca. 1500.
Carved oak. Saint Anne standing, with Mary and Christ at her feet, and Mary of Cleophas and Mary Salome with their children under Saint Anne's protective cloak. Some losses and cracks. Saint Anne and some of the other figures have their hands missing in part. H 52 cm.
ALTAR FEATURING SAINT ANNE / THE HOLY KINSHIP,
ALTAR FEATURING SAINT ANNE / THE HOLY KINSHIP,

Sold for CHF 36 500

PAIR OF CONSOLES "AUX FEMMES AILEES" WITH MIRRORS,

Louis XV, Rome, ca. 1750.
Pierced wood, opulently carved with winged female figures, leaves, cartouches and decorative frieze, and gilt. Shaped "Fleur de Pêcher" plate on a pierced frame with scrolled supports . Mirrors with shaped, rectangular frames with mirrored cartouche top. Old label "Ubaldo Giugni Firenze". Gilding restored. Some losses. 107x47x298 cm.
PAIR OF CONSOLES "AUX FEMMES AILEES" WITH MIRRORS,
PAIR OF CONSOLES "AUX FEMMES AILEES" WITH MIRRORS,

Sold for CHF 35 300

PRINCELY WRITING DESK "A COMBINAISON",

Louis XVI, attributed to J. KLINKERFUSS (Johannes Klinkerfuss, 1770–1831), Stuttgart, ca. 1790.
Mahogany in veneer. Rectangular, slidable top. Front with a broad drawer with a leather–lined central shelf over a compartment, the sides each with a sliding shelf over a compartment, the left one with inkwell. With label "stE 10221" (for St. Emmeran) and pencil inscribed "stE 10221". Brand stamp TT with a closed crown (for Thurn und Taxis). Fine brass mounts and applications. 91x63x(open 112)x79 cm.
PRINCELY WRITING DESK "A COMBINAISON",
PRINCELY WRITING DESK "A COMBINAISON",

Sold for CHF 32 900